Ronda Rousey Talks “The Four Horsewomen” Of MMA

Ronda Rousey shares a house with three other female fighters in Shayna Baszler, Jessamyn Duke and Marina Shafir.

Collectively, the quarter has dubbed themselves “The Four Horsewomen” of MMA after long-time pro wrestling group, “The Four Horsemen.”

In fact, they have gone so far as to assign each one with a member of the male faction, including Rousey.

“Since Shayna moved in, our group activity is that we sit down and watch RAW and all this stuff together,” said Rousey, during a recent interview with AfterBuzz TV. “It’s like our little family time. Shayna totally converted our new house into a super pro wrestling house.”

Rousey added that the two had a disagreement over who would be Ric Flair and who would be Arn Anderson out of the pair, but eventually decided.

“I was like, ‘Sorry, I have to be Ric Flair, I gotta be Ric Flair,’” Rousey said. “Eventually we came to the conclusion that I could be Ric Flair and she could be Arn Anderson as long as I could be Goku and she could be Vegata.”

Hear the complete interview in the video below:

You’ve Just Gotta See To Believe “What Does The Wand Say?”

You might have thought Chael Sonnen was behind the World MMA Awards video presentation of “What Does The Wand Say?” that aired recently.

Instead, it was just the fine folks at the awards show. The video has been released on the heels of the Mark Munoz video parody of Miley Cyrus and her “Wrecking Ball” music video.

The awards show airs this Sunday night on FOX Sports Net affiliates.

In the meantime, check out the video in the player below, and prepare to laugh a little. And if you don’t know what this one is a parody of, count yourself among the lucky ones.

Wanna See Bendo-Khabilov? Both Fighters Appear Down

Former UFC lightweight champion Benson Henderson doesn’t want to wait around and see if he gets another title shot after defeating Josh Thomson.

So, “Smooth” went on Twitter and agreed that a bout with Rustam Khabilov made sense to accept.

Khabilov wrote, “I would be very happy to fight with such a great fighter like Benson Henderson on UFC 173 in May. Dana White I’m ready for big fights.”

Wasting no time, Henderson replied, “seems like no 1 wants to play with u buddy (mysteriously), well I’ll be ur huckleberry…I’ll be ready by June.”

Khabilov (17-1) has scored three straight victories, including two finishes, since debuting in the UFC in 2012. He knocked Vinc Pichel out, and earned a TKO via injury over Yancy Medeiros.

To close out 2013, Khabilov earned the biggest win of his career, taking a decision over Jorge Masvidal.

Henderson (20-3) has lost twice now to UFC champion Anthony Pettis. He rebounded in January to score a decision over Josh Thomson.

Henderson defended the UFC title three times after taking it from Frankie Edgar, including in a rematch with Edgar.

Arianny Celeste Receives Honor By Ask Men

UFC Octagon girl Arianny Celeste has been named to the “Ask Men Top 99 Women” list for this year.

Celeste came in at No. 66, right around the likes of Rosario Dawson, Sarah Silverman and Elizabeth Banks.

Miley Cyrus Move Over, Mark Munoz Has You Beat

UFC fighter Mark Munoz isn’t going to be taking any future signing gigs away from Miley Cyrus anytime soon.

However, that didn’t stop him from recreating Cyrus’ “Wrecking Ball” video with his own version for the World MMA Awards recently.

Check out “Filipino Wrecking Ball,” which comes complete with Munoz swinging on, what else, a wrecking ball.

Also, the awards are set to air this Sunday on FOX Sports Net affiliates.

For fairness, Cyrus and her version is also presented below, you know, so if you want to compare the two videos.

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